O dveh pogledih na šport

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  • Jernej Pisk

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/ars.6.1.21-32

Ključne besede:

filozofija, antropologija, človek, šport, naravno pravo

Povzetek

The article looks at different understandings of human being and their implications for the understanding of sport. One of the fundamental shifts in the understanding of human being occurs in the transition from the ancient to modern times. The main characteristic of the ‘classical’ view of the human being is its teleological character: we know fully what something is only when we know what it is like in its final perfection. This is diametrically opposed to the axiom which dominates our modern scientific culture: we understand what something is when we know what it is made of and how it came to be. Therefore, the final aim of the ‘classical’ view is perfection of human being, and final aim of the ‘modern’ view is preservation of oneself. This distinction can be used to differentiate two different understandings of contemporary sport. ‘Classical’ sport may be estimated as idealistic and the ‘modern’ as realistic or even pragmatic. The first is based on a teleological understanding of the human being and accordingly sport is also understood as a means to fulfill human being and help him to attain perfection. The basic idea is the same as idea in theories which see sport as an important mean for human education. On the other hand the modern understanding of sport does not see the final aim of sport in perfection of human being, but in self-preservation. This can be recognized in those sport activities which see the aim of sport in the preservation of health, regulation of body weight or anti stress re-creation.

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Biografija avtorja

Jernej Pisk

Jernej Pisk je diplomiral na Fakulteti za šport v Ljubljani (2002), nato pa študij nadaljeval na Filozofski fakulteti v Ljubljani, na Oddelku za filozofijo, kjer je magistriral z delom na temo filozofije športa (2005). Študij nadaljuje kot doktorski študent na Filozofski fakulteti v Ljubljani. Ukvarja se predvsem s filozofijo športa: zanima ga odnos med človekom in športom ter kako različne antropološke vizije človeka vplivajo na razumevanje in presojanje športa. Trenutno je zaposlen kot učitelj filozofije in športne vzgoje na Škofijski klasični gimnaziji v Ljubljani.

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11.07.2012

Kako citirati

Pisk, J. . (2012). O dveh pogledih na šport. Ars & Humanitas, 6(1), 21–32. https://doi.org/10.4312/ars.6.1.21-32